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Kelly Clarkson has said she is convinced that she scares men off.
The 'Mr. Know It All' singer believes the opposite sex are put off by the subjects she deals with in her songs.
"I'm convinced that I scare all men off. I date a lot of musicians as well, and they write about relationships just as much as I do, so I don't think it's abnormal," she said.
But Kelly went on the claim that she rarely wrote about her own relationships, including on new album 'Stronger'.
"A lot of times, if I'm writing it... a lot of people think that's about a guy; it's not actually about that," she told MTV News.
"It's more about my work environment. II write 'metaphorically speaking' a lot.
"Sometimes it's not always about a guy; I just end up writing it more that way because it's better for mainstream radio. I actually haven't dated in a while, so there's no break-up song for me on there."
Kelly's new album 'Stronger' was released last month (October).